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Poland and Slovakia are expressing concerns over Russian activities in Ukraine, Polish Foreign Minister Jacek Czaputowicz said after meeting his Slovak counterpart Miroslav Lajcak in Warsaw on Monday.
The two countries agreed to support Ukraine in the implementation of its reforms, Czaputowicz added during a joint press conference.
Minister Czaputowicz stressed that Poland and Slovakia have worked out a sound base for multi-dimensional cooperation and referred to their recent regular meetings held at the presidential and government levels. The minister said that apart from political contacts, the two countries continue to develop economic cooperation and ties among local self-governments. The value of last year's turnover reached almost EUR 10 billion, noted the minister.
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